Anandhi of ‘Kayal’ fame has said that she has bene pressurized by a few directors to expose in films even as their style of film-making deviated from the scripts narrated to her before the shoot of these films commenced.
Anandhi, who would turn 23 on 20th July, is believed by many as an actress in the mould of Revathi and Suhasini and not as a sizzler like a Nayantara or a Trisha. The actress had starred in four Telugu films before she debuted in Tamil films as heroine with Poriyaalan in 2014. However, it was Prabhu Solomon’s Kayal (released in December, 2014) which helped her connect more with Tamil audiences.
She starred opposite music director-turned-hero G.V. Prakash Kumar in last year’s highly controversial yet successful Trisha Illana Nayanthara and is again pairing up opposite him in the upcoming film Enakku Innoru Per Irukku directed by Sam Anton. Krishnan Vasant is the film’s cinematographer of the film which is produced by A. Subashkaran of Lyka Productions.
“I didn’t want to become an actress when I was in School but took to accident by sheer accident. I’m thankful to Solomon for giving me an identity. I play the daughter of a don in Enakku Innoru Per Irukku. The crew took good care of me unlike in the past when I faced problems during shoot in my earlier films where directors deviated from the script narrated to me initially, forced me to expose and don glamourous costumes.
“I’m aware of my physique and know that I won’t look good in glam-filled costumes; before I debuted in films, I made a conscious decision not to don them in films. Nowadays, though, I tell directors who come to sign me up in their films that I won’t expose, don glam-filled costumes and mini-skirts,” concludes Anandhi, without naming the directors who forced her to appear in glam-filled costumes in the past.